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Belgrade Media Report 7 July 2022

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Daily Media Highlights

Thursday 7 July 2022

LOCAL PRESS

• Vucic: Serbia will not align with EU’s foreign policy regarding sanctions against Russia, mutual recognition with Kosovo (RTS)
• Vucic: Some MEPs tried to break off Serbia’s EU talks (Tanjug/N1)
• Bilcik: EP’s resolution not to clash with Serbia’s EU accession (Beta)
• Vucic thanks Jesus on support for Serbia’s sovereignty (RTS/RTV/Tanjug)
• Serbia’s aid to Republic of Sao Tome and Principe for flood rehabilitation (Politika/Tanjug)
• Ponos: Removing SNS from power is not a done job but the first step (N1)
• ROSU members raid Strpce, block the municipality and search a school (RTS)
• Anniversary of unpunished KLA crime against Pec police officers (Beta)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• B&H Constitutional Court issues interim measure, rendering RS Law on Medicinal Products and Medical Devices, Law on RS Administration temporary ineffective (N1/BHT1)
• OHR welcomes B&H CC’s decision (Istraga.ba/Oslobodjenje)
• B&H CC’s decision to temporarily suspend RS Law on Medical Products causes harsh reactions of politicians of RS ruling parties (BHT1/BNTV/FTV)
• Borenovic criticizes Dodik for carrying on with SNSD’s game of restoring competences (BHT1/BNTV)
• Covic: It is not my place to comment on decisions of B&H CC or any other judicial institution in B&H (BHT1)
• SDA, SNSD, HDZ B&H leaders meet with Varhelyi in separate meetings (Nova BH/BHT1)
• Dodik: Meeting with Varhelyi has shown there is attempt to conceive entirely new agenda in political sense and that could be useful (RTRS)
• European Parliament adopts report on B&H for 2021 (FTV)
• Komsic: Constituent status and corruption are two peas in a pod (Oslobodjenje)
• RS parliament adopts set of laws aimed at increasing salaries to budget users by BAM 100 (BHT1)
• Citizens protest in Sarajevo over authorities’ unsatisfactory reaction to economic situation in B&H (BHT1)
• Citizens protest in Tuzla, Mostar, Bihac and Zenica (BHT1/BNTV)
Montenegro
• Ruling majority’s meeting: Issue discussed is Fundamental Agreement with SPC (CdM)
• Abazovic calls out Konjevic and Krivokapic: It doesn’t even cross my mind to fall under pressure of a group of extremists within government (CdM)
Republic of North Macedonia
• Mickoski: If this proposal is accepted, complete assimilation is accepted and a tool for Bulgaria to block Macedonia whenever it wants (Republika)
• Mickoski: With a smart, rational approach, the “French proposal” can be changed (Republika)
• Nikoloski: Our positions are clear, we demand Macedonian language without any explanations (Republika)
• People deal with provocateurs, stop violence on their own! (Republika)
• The person whom Mickoski claims planned to kill him has been detained (Republika)
Albania
• Integration/ Dutch Prime Minister: If North Macedonia does not accept the French proposal, Albania should continue its journey alone (Radio Tirana)
• Balla meets the Bulgarian Ambassador Momchil Raytchevski: We strengthen the relations between our countries (Radio Tirana)
• Srebrenica Massacre, Balla: 11 July should be declared Genocide Remembrance Day (Radio Tirana)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, July 7, 2022

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, July 7, 2022

Albanian Language Media:

• Kurti: Railway line with Albania, MCC programme, two capital projects (media)
• Elektrosever violates deadlines set by the energy agreement (Radio Free Europe)
• Assembly fails to review draft laws due to lack of quorum (Kallxo)
• Kosovo approves fourth COVID-19 shot for over 60s (media)

Serbian Language Media:

• Municipality of Strpce: There is no question of espionage, illegal cameras, and structures (KiM radio)
• Vucic: Serbia will not impose sanctions on Russia or recognize Kosovo (N1)
• Edi Rama: Serbia will have to recognize Kosovo and get rid of the burden (NMagazin, Danas)
• Office for KiM: “ROSU raided school, post office, TV Hertz, Provisional Authority, pressure on Serbs to leave their homes” (KoSSev, RTS, Blic)
• Supreme Commander of NATO Naval Forces and COM KFOR visit Decani Monastery (KoSSev)
• Northern Kosovo residents on Pristina’s request to change licence plates (KoSSev)
• Lajcak: We prepare Vucic-Kurti meeting for July (Tanjug)
• Vucic, Bom Jesus discuss advancement of cooperation (Tanjug)
• Cyprus Ambassador: Relations between Cyprus and Serbia founded on a firm friendship (RTS)

International:

• Kosovo Police Remove Surveillance Cameras in Mainly Serb Town (Balkan Insight)
• North Macedonia Arrests Armed Man at Ethnic Scuffle in Capital (Balkan Insight)

Humanitarian/Development:

• Risk of insufficient wheat supply in Kosovo (RFE)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Morning Edition, July 7, 2022

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• Police remove illegal cameras in Serb-majority Shterpce (media)
• Wanted Serb businessman ‘must be arrested’ if return to Kosovo confirmed (BIRN)
• Serbian List reacts to Radoicic’s video, LVV MP’s remarks (Koha)
• Have Serbian President’s Kosovo warnings ever come true? (BIRN)
• Kosovo PM Kurti meets former U.S. State Secretary Pompeo (media)
• Kosovo Assembly to discuss lack of visa liberalisation decision (Kallxo)
• Gervalla-Schwarz: Nothing can stop institutional reform (media)
• Osmani: Increasing trend of cases of sexual violence is concerning (Zeri)

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Belgrade Media Report 6 July

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LOCAL PRESS

• Selakovic: Serbia has strong leadership, preconditions for maintaining peace (TV Happy/Tanjug)
• Joint initiative of Serbia, Bulgaria, Hungary and Turkey for development of rail transport (Tanjug/RTV)
• Hill: Much work to be done in bilateral relations between Serbian, US in the next 140 years (Beta)
• EP adopts resolution on Serbia, demanding it imposes sanctions against Russia (Tanjug/RTS/RTV)
• Serbia no longer in focus of EU attention (Nova.rs)
• Students of Serbian nationality in Bujanovac get certificates in Albanian (N1)
• GRECO urges Serbia to implement further anti-corruption measures (Beta)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• RS politicians criticize Schmidt for his statement on decision of B&H CC re RS Law on Medicinal Products that will be passed on Wednesday; Kovacevic: B&H CC is extended arm of OHR (RTRS)
• Dodik, Covic and Izetbegovic set to hold separate meetings with Varhelyi (ATV)
• Komsic calls Izetbegovic and Becirovic to sign statement that Covic cannot be B&H CoM Chair; Karamatic slams Komsic, says he is counting on ‘anti-Croat votes of Muslims’ (Nezavisne)
• EU Council Political and Security Committee reps meet Dzaferovic and stress EU is serious re EU integration perspective for B&H (Hayat)
• EP discusses situation in B&H at plenary session; Rangel says there are two obstacles to progress of B&H on EU path (N1)
• Milanovic: Everything I did in Madrid was for Croat interests in B&H (Dnevni list)
Croatia
• Grlic Radman compares situation in Northern Ireland and B&H (Vecernji list)
• MEPs adopt report on Croatia meeting the criteria for joining the Eurozone (HRT1)
Montenegro
• Metropolitan Mihailo: I will not sign a contract in which the CPC does not guarantee service in Montenegrin shrines; Abazovic’s response to Metropolitan Mihailo: Govt and CPC to sign Fundamental Agreement (CdM/Standard)
• Djukanovic on Fundamental Agreement with SPC: I expect that the govt will make a decision in the state interest of Montenegro (CdM)
• Krivokapic on the Fundamental Agreement: The government must return to its European path, if there is no such thing – the only answer is elections (CdM)
• Protest in front of govt: Such text of Fundamental Agreement does damage to all citizens (CdM)
• Michel to Djukanovic: Strengthening our relations precious for both Montenegro and EU (CdM)
• Abazovic with Pompeo: We are promoting the policies of the future and raising the international reputation of Montenegro (CdM)
• UK’s commitment to European integration process of Western Balkans encouraging (CdM)
• Abazovic: EU to neutralize Russia’s influence in the Western Balkans (CdM)
Republic of North Macedonia
• First meeting of working groups over French proposal set to be held in parliament (Republika)
• Michel: This is not a take it or leave it situation (Sitel TV)
• Kovacevski-Michel: Strong support in fulfilment of strategic goal – full-fledged EU membership (Republika)
• Dimitrov: In the end we will all be losers – instead of a strong state in the EU, we will have a divided, unstable state (Republika)
• Police arrest protesters (Republika)
Albania
• Rama strongly supports the Open Balkans process in the Netherlands (Radio Tirana)
• The Minister of Finland and the Minister of Ireland visit Tirana: Optimists for the integration of Albania in the EU (Radio Tirana)
• PES supports European ambitions of Albania and North Macedonia (Radio Tirana)
• Meta meets Pahor: Slovenia strongly supports the opening of membership negotiations with Albania and North Macedonia (Radio Tirana)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, July 6, 2022

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Albanian Language Media:

• NATO Deputy Secretary General to visit Kosovo tomorrow (media)
• EP: Independence of Kosovo irreversible, visas to be liberalised (RTK)
• Von Cramon on Kosovo’s application at EU: It is not the right time (Reporteri)
• Arrest warrant against Radojicic “still in force” (RFE)
• Musliu: Radojicic’s threat, Vucic’s new card in Putin’s hybrid war (Kosovapress)
• Maliqi on Radojicic return: Escalatory move by Belgrade (media)
• Kurti appoints new deputy minister of culture (media)
• Europa Nostra representatives meet KFOR Commander Kajari (media)

Serbian Language Media:

• Vucic on Radoicic’s arrival in Kosovo, meeting with Kurti, EP resolution (KoSSev)
• The EP adopted a resolution on Serbia: Rule of law, Kosovo, and sanctions against Russia (N1)
• EP Report on Kosovo: ZSO to be established, visa liberalisation granted (Kosovo-online, media)
• Petkovic: Pristina wants to halt talks on missing persons (Tanjug, media)
• Visoki Decani: Role of KFOR crucial in protecting monastery (N1, SRNA)
• “Anniversary of KLA crime near Pec in 1998, no one was held accountable for” (BETA, N1)
• Selakovic: Serbia has strong leadership, preconditions for maintaining peace (Tanjug)
• Nova.rs: Serbia no longer in focus of EU attention (N1)
• Hill: Americans and Serbs have the same trait, they do not like to be told what to do (N1, Danas)
• MEPs say Serbia cannot move forward to EU without imposing sanctions on Russia (N1, Hina)
• Radoicic recorded a video message, also: “I’m back” (KiM radio)
• Rada Trajkovic on Radoicic’s video address (Danas)
• Crnac and Belo Brdo miners ended their protest (KoSSev)

International:

• Environmentalists Protest Sunny Hill’s Return to Pristina’s Germia Park (BIRN)
• Dozens of Police Hurt in North Macedonia Protests Over EU Deal (Bloomberg)
• EU Kosovo Mission ‘Unaffected’ by UK Payout to Whistleblower (Balkan Insight)
• EU enlargement: Parliament takes stock of developments in the Western Balkans (europarl.europa.eu)

Humanitarian/Development:

• Kosovo with good legislation on languages, implementation remains a challenge (KP)
• Murtezi: Over 64,000 persons employed in the last three years in Kosovo (Telegrafi)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Morning Edition, July 6, 2022

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• UK envoy Peach expresses willingness to assist in the dialogue process (media)
• Kurti meets Dendias, emphasizes the need for visa liberalisation (media)
• Kosovo government says Cyprus supports visa liberalisation (media)
• Milan Radojcic announces return to Kosovo (media)
• Von Carmon calls for immediate liberalisation of visas for Kosovo (Telegrafi)
• U.S. pollster shows Kurti as most trusted leader, followed by Osmani (media)
• Analysis: Kosovo and Albania, history of agreements but non-implementation (Exit)
• Krypometer to verify facts of publications on Facebook and Instagrm (Kallxo)
• University of Prishtina counts on authorities’ help on disputed property (Koha)

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Belgrade Media Report 5 July 2022

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United Nations Office in Belgrade

Daily Media Highlights

Tuesday 5 July 2022

LOCAL PRESS

• Vucic: UAE visit will strengthen friendship between the two nations (RTS)
• Petkovic: Pristina wants to stop negotiations with the term “enforced disappearances” (Tanjug/RTV)
• Drecun: Pristina jeopardizing dialogue, Vucic-Kurti meeting (Tanjug)
• Final results of Serbian parliamentary elections released (Tanjug)
• RIK: Election process completed, countdown starts for parliament formation (RTS/Beta)
• No complaints in fifth revote in Veliki Trnovac (Bujanovacke/Beta)
• Report says Serbian media landscape heavily polarized (N1)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• Deadline for submitting candidate lists for general elections expires; Politicians express their expectations from October elections (O Kanal)
• Dodik says whoever wins majority in FB&H will continue same national policy and their goal will be destroying of RS (Nezavisne)
• Kovacevic: We expect absolute victory at all levels, independent majority in RS parliament (ATV)
• HR Schmidt: There may be some developments this week in Brussels regarding Election Law agreement (N1)
Montenegro
• Abazovic with EU ambassadors in Montenegro: We resolve difficult issues immediately without any reservations or conditions (CdM)
• Hrebickova: Open Balkans and agreement with the Church of Serbia are not Montenegro’s priorities on the way to the EU (Gradska RTV)
• Vujovic: The partners clearly say that if the negotiations with the SPC are more important than the negotiations with the EU, elect a new government (CdM)
• Vuksanovic Stankovic: No one in Montenegro has ever declared that Serbia is a genocidal state, that is part of political manipulation (Gradski.me)
• Celanovic: Citizens’ protest in front of the Government is justified, we once again call on the state-forming parties to deny support to Abazovic (CdM)
• Djukanovic: Montenegro has a lot to learn from tourism development of San Marino (CdM)
Republic of North Macedonia
• Osmani: If we say “no”, inter-ethnic tensions will start and we will have food and energy crisis (Republika)
• Macedonian Orthodox Church is against the French proposal, but does not go out to protest (Republika)
• Nikoloski: We will not allow constitutional changes! (TV Alfa)
• Today’s protest will start earlier – at 12h, when the session for the non-Macedonian proposal is scheduled (Republika)
• The European proposal is available on the government’s website (Libertas)
• The EC will present details about the Macedonian language in the Frontex agreement as soon as possible (Libertas/MIA)
Albania
• Rama appeals to Skopje: Accept the French proposal! We will ask decoupling if you refuse (Radio Tirana/Canale 5)
• Albanian delegation takes part in the proceedings of OSCE Parliamentary Assembly (Radio Tirana)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, July 5, 2022

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, July 5, 2022

Albanian Language Media:

• Kurti to participate at a Round Table with the Government of Greece (media)
• Peach: Euro-Atlantic journey is the right path for Western Balkans (Express/Klan)
• Osmani continues meetings in Slovenia, focusing on intensification of parliamentary diplomacy (media)
• Kurti in Athens: EU is the solution for the Western Balkans (media)
• Rizvanolli: Kosovo to save at least €15 mill annually through MCC agreement (media)
• Kosovo Assembly criticised for lack of quorum sessions (KP/Telegrafi)
• UNDP report: Level of satisfaction with prime minister’s work decreases (Telegrafi)

Serbian Language Media:

• Starovic: Stano’s support for Albin Kurti incomprehensible and has no basis in the agreement (Radio Mitrovica sever, RTS, Tanjug)
• Drecun: Pristina jeopardising dialogue, Vucic-Kurti meeting (Tanjug)
• Petkovic: International community to force Pristina establish ZSO (RTS)
• Report says Serbian media landscape heavily polarized (N1)
• Grbovic: “I would like to hear Kurti say, in any language, he will respect court decision on Visoki Decani Monastery land” (Danas)
• The miners of Crnac and Belo Brdo started a strike yesterday (KoSSev)
• Dacic: Serbia to get new parliament by end of July (Tanjug)
• Final results of Serbian parliamentary elections released (Tanjug)
• Vucic: Visit to UAE to strengthen friendship between two nations (Tanjug)

Opinion:

• Lazarevic: Kurti cannot be a “Serbian cup of tea” in the North (Danas, KoSSev)
• Ognjen Gogic: Kurti addresses the Serbs in Serbian, after Vetevendosje presented northern Kosovo as a spoils (Danas, KoSSev)

Humanitarian/Development:

• Detainees clean Muslim cemetery in Mitrovica North, restore St. Sava Church doors in South (KoSSev)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Morning Edition, July 5, 2022

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• Kosovo introduces a set of new sanctions against Russia, Belarus (media)
• Kosovo Government adopts new draft security strategy (media)
• Strategy identifies Serbia’s territorial claims as main security challenges (Koha)
• Mehaj hails adoption of draft security strategy (media)
• Bilek: Dialogue and visa liberalisation, two separate issues (RTK)
• Osmani awards presidential medal to Slovenian peacekeeping troops (media)
• Deputy minister, Veshall, dismissed from post (media)
• Constitutional Court finds chief prosecutor nomination dispute, inadmissible (media)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, July 4, 2022

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Albanian Language Media:

• Osmani: Slovenia is a longstanding supporter of Kosovo people (media)
• Osmani and Konjufca congratulate U.S. on 4 July (media)
• Finnish Minister: We might see visa liberalization results in autumn (media)
• Ireland too supports visa liberalisation for Kosovo (Ekonomia Online)
• Trendafilova responds sharply to Konjufca’s criticism of the Specialist Chambers (Nacionale)
• Lushtaku hands himself over to police following warrant issuance (media)
• MCC Board approves $202 million grant to improve Kosovo’s energy sector (media)

Serbian Language Media:

• Vucic congratulated the USA on Independence Day (RTS)
• Dacic: Serbia’s position on war in Ukraine clear from day one (FoNet, N1)
• RFE: Belgrade forbids vacations for Kosovo Serbs (N1)
• Petkovic: Serbian licence plates in Kosovo and Metohija are not illegal but the non-compliance with the agreement (RTS, Twitter)
• LVV publishes a video boasting of how Kurti integrated the north after 20 years (KoSSev)
• Stojanovic: The government in Pristina radical; the government in Belgrade scares the Kosovo Serbs (KoSSev, Radio Gorazdevac)
• Female volleyball players from Bulgaria, North Macedonia and central Serbia banned from entering Kosovo (Radio KIM)
• Kajari with Bishop Teodosije on situation in Kosovo (Radio KIM)
• Vucic thanked Vatican for respecting territorial integrity of Serbia (Kosovo Online)
• Vulin with Greek Ambassador, thanked him for non-recognition of Kosovo (Kosovo Online)
• Hill: It is difficult to compare the Milosevic and Vucic’s regimes (KiM radio, Danas, N1)

Opinion:

• Tadic: West’s double standards for Serbia and Ukraine (Boston Herald, N1)
• “To save NATO, destroy it” (Politico)

International:

• Week in Review: The End of an Era? (BIRN)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Morning Edition, July 4, 2022

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• In Serbian, Kurti calls for replacement of license plates (media)
• Janjic: Intimidation ahead of accepting Kosovo’s decision, part of Serbia’s model (Koha)
• Kurti congratulates U.S. Independence Day (media)
• Osmani travels for an official visit to Slovenia (media)
• “Finland supports Kosovo’s CoE membership, visa liberalisation” (Telegrafi)
• Former KFOR Commander says there are many dangers in the region (Nacionale)
• Kosovo Government has not yet sent offer to KLA veterans (KP)
• Former PDK MP accused of causing bodily harm to two police officers in Skenderaj (media)
• Foreign Office to pay £423,000 to whistleblowing lawyer who lost job (The Guardian)

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Belgrade Media Report 1 July 2022

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United Nations Office in Belgrade

Daily Media Highlights

Friday 01 July 2022

LOCAL PRESS

• Stano: Pristina has the right to abolish KM plates, but gradually (Tanjug)
• Vulin: President, we should ask Serbians if they want political neutrality (N1)
• Vucic: Berlin and London support terror against Serbs in Kosovo (RTS)
• Lajcak met with representatives of the parliamentary opposition (RTS)
• Porfirije: We reached agreement (B92)
• Montenegro’s PM positively views Open Balkans initiative (Beta)
• Reception at the US Embassy, Hill says: We want to be friends with Serbia (Tanjug)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• SDA announces its leader Izetbegovic will run for member of B&H Presidency in upcoming general elections in B&H (Hayat)
• DNS Presidency determines candidate lists for upcoming general elections in B&H; Nesic: Sarovic stands no chance of defeating Cvijanovic for RS President, I am only one who can do that (FTV)
• NATO decides to provide assistance to B&H through package aimed to enable B&H to strengthen its defense capacities (N1)
• Podzic says NATO has prepared response in case Russia vetoes extension of EUFOR Mission in B&H (FTV)
• Komsic says messages from NATO Summit in Madrid were positive, B&H is transitioning from partner to ally of NATO (Nezavisne)
• Izetbegovic: NATO path is clear (FTV)
• Johnson: UK will send military experts to B&H and NATO mission (BHT1)
• Dzaferovic and Komsic welcome UK’s announcement of deployment of military experts to B&H (N1)
• Dodik: Who consented to this? (RTRS)
• Cvijanovic criticizes UK’s decision to send military experts to B&H (ATV)
Croatia
• Croatian President Milanovic: Further destabilization of B&H will have serious implications on broader region and NATO (HRT1)
• Croatian officials comment on change in Croatian President Milanovic’s rhetoric regarding vetoing Sweden and Finland’s NATO membership until issue of B&H Election Law is resolved (HRT1)
Montenegro
• Abazovic: Signing of Agreement to take place in Montenegro; Porfirije: In principle, agreement reached on Fundamental Agreement (RTCG)
• Protest in Podgorica over the draft version of the Fundamental Agreement with Church (RTCG)
• Krivokapic: We will wait to see what is written in the Fundamental Agreement, then plan further steps (RTCG)
• Djukanovic: Agreement isn’t the most important issue for Montenegro, there’s no need to hurry, let’s lower tensions (CDM)
• Radulovic: Political decisions of allies haven’t been aimed at solving problems in the Balkans for a long time (Pobjeda)
• Djukanovic: Full unity of Alliance demonstrated at Summit (CDM)
• Djukanovic: The war in Ukraine and the coup attempt in Montenegro are from the same political title, we will see the effects of Abazovic’s visit to Serbia (CDM)
Republic of North Macedonia
• Kovacevski at a meeting with coalition partners on the French proposal (Libertas)
• Pendarovski: The modified French proposal is far better for us than the previous one (Libertas)
Albania
• Rama appeals to the Macedonian parliament to accept the French proposal (Radio Tirana)
• Balla: The first intergovernmental conference will be held next week (Radio Tirana)
• Albania close to negotiations! Borrell: Time to bring the Western Balkans into the Union (Radio Tirana)

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